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[ga-full] Re: Fw: [council] Yokohama Meeting Schedule : basic information we have
Hi to all!
I am agree with vany and raul. I think is possible we can use the same
scheme to permit the participation of a lot of people from latin america
and caribe; because the ICANN is an international and multi-cultural
organization and need the input's from all of us.
Erick Iriarte Ahon
At 02:50 PM 19/04/2000 -0500, Vany Martinez wrote:
>Dear Andrew, Raul and all:
>I am agree with Raul in this issue. I remember in Los Angeles, that in the
>ICANN board meeting, it was clearly exposed the same concerns as Raul did
>And now I realized that such concerns haven't taken in count since the
>proposed schedules overlaps the schedules of Third Workshop in Network
>Techcologies which will be celebrated in Mexico this year.
>Why not follow the same scheme as in the past and begin all the activities of
>the ICANN meeting in July 17 (Monday) with constituencies meeting, instead of
>July 14 (previous Friday)?
>On Mon, 17 Apr 2000, Raul Echeberria wrote:
>> At 16:06 17/04/00 +0800, YJ Park wrote:
>> >Andrew's proposal on Yokohama ICANN meeting schedule
>> > July 14 (Friday):
>> > - DNSO GA (morning)
>> > - DNSO Names Council (afternoon)
>> > July 15 (Saturday):
>> > - ICANN Public Forum
>> > July 16 (Sunday):
>> > - ICANN Board (morning)
>> > - DNSO Constituencies (afternoon; morning also?)
>> > July 17 (Monday)
>> > - DNSO Names Council (morning)
>> > - DNSO Constituencies (afternoon, if needed)
>> > - DNSO Working Groups (afternoon, if needed)
>> I can see that the structure of the meeting is changing (two NCīs meeting
>> instead one, constituencies meetings after NC, etc.)
>> We are organizing the Third Workshop in Network technologies for 10-15th
>> July in Mexico City (organized by ENRED, ISOC, ESLARED, UNAM). This is the
>> most important training event in Latinamerica and Caribbean.
>> Every year we organize this workshop at the same time that ISOC organizes
>> its workshop in INET's city during the prior week to INET. So, we can not
>> change the date.
>> After read your mail, I'm very worried because we expect receive in Mexico
>> the most important people related with Internet in LAC and people should
>> elect between ICANN meeting and our workshop.
>> Those who have been in INET before, know that the activity begin on tuesday
>> evening (http://www.isoc.org/inet2000/progschedule.shtml#PS). Then I
>> propose to have the same estructure of ICANN Cairo Meeting begining on
>> Saturday afternoon
>> (morning if needed) - Constituencies. (they should meet before GA and NC)
>> Sunday morning - GA, GAC
>> Sunday afternoon - NC, GAC
>> Sunday evening - GAC public meeting.
>> Monday - Icann Public forum
>> Tuesday morning - Icann board session.
>> Tuesday afternoon - NC (if needed)
>> This schedule doesn't compete with INET and even if there would be some
>> small overlap i don't see any problem on that.
>> In other way, I believe that the participation from Latinamerican people in
>> constituencies, GA, and GAC would not be the best possible.
>> Best Regards,
>> Raul Echeberria
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